Huddersfield v Sheffield Wednesday: Championship – live!

15 September 2019 10:49
Live updates from the 12pm BST kick-offCowley brothers target another ‘miracle’Feel free to email Rob your thoughts 11.49am BST And here’s Garry Monk“It’s been a good week. I’ve had so much support and a really good welcome. It’s only been a short period with the players but we’ve tried to do some good work without being overbearing. It’s a really good group - very motivated and positive - and it’s been difficult to leave people out. 11.37am BST Danny Cowley’s pre-match thoughts“It’s been a really good week - a bit of a whirlwind, but it’s been great to meet the people of Huddersfield: the players, the staff and some of the supporters. At this stage we’re trying to get to know the players as people, and once you do that you can start to build respect and trust, and then hopefully we can start to affect them. We’ve got no Alex Pritchard, who hasn’t been able to train We’ve picked a team we feel can be successful on the day.” 11.08am BST Huddersfield (4-2-3-1) Grabara; Hadergjonaj, Elphick, Schindler, Kongolo; Hogg, Chalobah, Hogg; Diakhaby, Campbell, O’Brien; Grant.Substitutes: Schofield, Bacuna, Kachunga, Mbenza, Mounie, Stankovic, J Brown.Sheffield Wednesday (4-2-3-1) Westwood; Odubajo, Iorfa, Borner, Palmer; Hutchinson, Bannan; Murphy, Reach, Harris; Fletcher.Substitutes: Dawson, Fox, Lee, Winnall, Nuhiu, Luongo, Bates. 10.58am BST Pre-match reading Related: Cowley brothers target another 'football miracle' at Huddersfield Town 9.00am BST Hello. The 2019-20 season literally starts today for Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday, who both go into this lunchtime match with new managers. The Cowley brothers are in charge at the John Smith’s Stadium, while Garry Monk has taken over from Wednesday caretaker Lee Bullen. Bullen did a decent job, winning three of his six games, and a win today would move Wednesday to within two points of Charlton in second. The Cowleys start their new job from a position of weakness: Huddersfield are second from bottom, with one point from six games. Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian